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Podcast by Hackaday

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EP015: Going Low Frequency, Robotic Machines, Disk Usage For Budgets, And Cellphones Versus Weather

4/19/2019
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Hackaday Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams discuss the highlights of the great hacks from the past week. On this episode we discuss wireless charging from scratch, Etch-A-Sketch selfies, the robot arm you really should build yourself, bicycle tires and steel nuts for anti-slip footwear, and bending the piezo-electric effect to act as a VLF antenna. Plus we delve into articles you can't miss about 5G and robot firefighting. https://hackaday.com/?p=355057

Duration:00:27:17

EP014: Keeping Raspberry's SD Card Alive, We Love MRRF, and How Hot Are Flip Chips?

4/12/2019
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Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys take a look at advances in photogrammetry (building 3D models out of many photographs from a regular camera), a delay pedal that's both aesthetically and aurally pleasing, and the power of AI to identify garden slugs. Mike interviews Scotty Allen while walking the streets and stores of the Shenzhen Electronics markets. We delve into SD card problems with Raspberry Pi, putting industrial controls on your desk, building a Geiger counter for WiFi, and the sad...

Duration:00:26:45

Ep013: Naked Components, Shocking Power Supplies, Eye-Popping Clock, And The Hackaday Prize

4/5/2019
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Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams geek out about all things hackerdom. Did you catch all of our April Fools nods this week? Get the inside scoop on those, and also the inside scoop on parts that have been cut in half for our viewing pleasure. And don't miss Mike's interview with a chip broker in the Shenzhen Electronics markets.

Duration:00:26:05

Ep012: Nearly Perpetual Motion, Mars Rover Carries Kid, and Doc Brown's Cat Feeder

3/29/2019
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Editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys catch up on the past week in hackerdom. It seems as if we're in a golden age of machine building as an incredible rocker-bogie rover is built to transport a child and mechanical simplicity automates the wet cat food dispensing process. We marvel at the ability to use G-code to decorate eggs (them being curvy in more than one direction and all). The we contemplate the ability to build and start a motor which will continue to run long after your own life...

Duration:00:22:40

Ep011: Weird Keyboards, Salvaging LCD Screens, and Mike Interviews Ivan of Espressif in Shanghai

3/22/2019
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With our intrepid Editor in Chief Mike Szczys off being kind of a big deal in China, Managing Editor Elliot Williams is joined by Staff Writer Tom Nardi to talk about all the hacks that were fit to print over the past week. Join us as we talk about the wide world of custom mechanical keyboards, reviving a woefully antiquated display technology, building your own RC transmitter out of stuff you have laying around the lab, and the unexpected parallels between Pepto Bismol and rocket fuel. Show...

Duration:00:32:51

Ep010: XKCD Graphs, Turing Complete Meta Computers, False Finger Printing 3D Printers, and Jargon

3/15/2019
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Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys walk through the past week in hackerdom. There's a new jargon quiz! Do you know what astrictive robotic prehension means? We look at the $50 Ham series, omni-wheeled pen plotting robots, a spectrum of LED hacks, LEGO CNC for chocolate rework, and grinding lenses with a CNC mill. In the "can't miss" category are fingerprinting 3D Printers, and how NASA designs far beyond the stated life of an engineering project. Show notes at hackaday.com/?p=349624

Duration:00:30:24

Ep009: On the Edge of AI, Comment Your Code, Big Big Wheels, and Makers of Munich

3/8/2019
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Catch up on the past week of hacks with Hackaday Editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys. "AI on the Edge" is the buzzword of choice lately, with hardware offerings from BeagleBone and Google to satiate your thirst. We take on spotty data from Tesla, driving around on four bouncy-houses, reverse engineering a keytar, unearthing a gem of a dinosaur computer, and MIPI DSI display hacking. There are tips for getting better at commenting code, and making your computer do your algebra homework....

Duration:00:26:19

Ep008: The Art Episode: Joe Kim, Strings And CRTs, Hydrogen Done 2-Ways

3/1/2019
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We know you love the original art on Hackaday. Those fantastic illustrations are the work of Joe Kim, and he joins us as a guest on this week’s episode to talk about his background, what inspires him, and how he pulls it all off. This episode is still packed with hacks. Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams somehow stumble into two projects that end up generating hydrogen (despite that not being their purpose). But that art angle this week goes beyond Joe’s guest appearance as we look at a...

Duration:00:28:10

Ep007: Everything Microcontrollers, Deadly Clock Accuracy, CT X-Rays, Mountains Of E-Waste

2/22/2019
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Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys look at all that's happening in hackerdom. This week we dive deep into super-accurate clock chips, SPI and microcontroller trickery, a new (and cheap) part on the microcontroller block, touch-sensitive cloth, and taking a home X-ray to the third dimension. We're saying our goodbyes to the magnificent A380, looking with skepticism on the V2V tech known as DSRC, and also trying to predict weather with automotive data. And finally, what's the deal with that...

Duration:00:38:36

Ep006: Reversing iPod Screens, Hot Isotopes, We <3 Parts, and Biometric Toiletseats

2/15/2019
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What's the buzz in the hackersphere this week? Hackaday Editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys recap their favorite hacks and articles from the past seven days. Check out the show notes at https://hackaday.com/?p=345656

Duration:00:27:34

Ep005: Undead Lightbulbs, Home Chemistry, and the Strength of 3D Printing

2/8/2019
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Catch up on interesting hacks from the past week with Hackaday Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams. This week we discuss the story behind falling lifetime ratings for LED bulbs, look at finite element analysis to strengthen 3D printed parts, ogle the beauty of blacksmithing, and marvel at open source Lidar development. We delve into great reader suggestions for Blue Pill projects sparked by last week’s podcast, discuss some history of the V2 rocket, and cover Chromecast control hardware,...

Duration:00:28:04

Ep004: Taking the Blue Pill, Abusing Resistors, and Searching for Drones

2/1/2019
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Catch up on your Hackaday with this week’s podcast. Mike and Elliot riff on the "blue pill" (ST32F103 boards), blackest of black paints, hand-crafted sorting machines, a 3D printer bed leveling system that abuses some 2512 resistors, how cyborgs are going mainstream, and the need for more evidence around airport drone sightings. Show notes: http://hackaday.com/2019/02/01/hackaday-podcast-ep004-taking-the-blue-pill-abusing-resistors-and-not-finding-drones/

Duration:00:18:40

Ep003: Igloos, Lidar, and the Blinking LED of RF Hacking

1/23/2019
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Highlights include a dip into audio processing with sox and FFMPEG, scripting for Gmail, weaving your own carbon fiber tubes, staring into the void of the sharpest color CRT ever, and unlocking the secrets of cheap 433 MHz devices. Plus Elliot talks about his follies in building an igloo while Mike marvels at what's coming out of passive RFID sensor research. Show notes: http://hackaday.com/?p=342443

Duration:00:25:41

Ep002: Curious Gadgets and the FPGA Brain Trust

1/14/2019
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Hackaday Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams talk about the Circuit Sculpture Contest and their favorite hacks of the week. Elliot interviews the OpenFPGA crew at 35C3 See the show notes for this episode: https://hackaday.com/?p=341528

Duration:01:01:23

Ep001 - Seriously, We Know What We're Doing

1/10/2019
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Editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys look back on the most interesting hacks and can't-miss articles from the past week (or so). Highlights include abusing IPv6 addresses, underclocking WiFi, taking Wii out of the livingroom, scratch built microphones, computer prophecy coming true, and the end of an Automotive Era. This week, Hackaday Contributor Bob Baddeley came on the show to discuss developments in facial recognition technology and its use in the wild. See the show notes for this...

Duration:00:49:12

Hackaday 2018 Year in Review

12/18/2018
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Hackaday Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams discuss trends seen in 2018, and try to narrow down their favorite hacks and favorite articles from the year. See the show notes for this episode: https://hackaday.com/2018/12/18/hackaday-podcast-2018-year-in-review/

Duration:01:06:32